About Wordcast Productions

Aug 152005

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Wordcast Productions was formed in February of 2005 to help companies, non-profit organizations and individuals reach new audiences through podcasting.

Podcasting represents a major shift in how Americans consume radio and audio material. Wordcast can help you prepare your content for delivery across multiple digital platforms, including the iPod, the next generation of mobile phones, and digital radio.

The venture builds on the production skills and experience of President Sean Tubbs, a veteran of area public radio and creator of the Charlottesville Podcasting Network. The site launched in April 2005 as a public affairs website dedicated to expanding the public square through podcasts of local speeches, press conferences and other events that have previously not been available in local media.

Companies spend a lot of time and money organizing high profile events, and we offer an affordable way to capture these important occasions. Wordcast will help your institution gets its message out to the public, be it a conference, a speech, or a conference call.

Wordcast is available to record meetings, conference calls, interviews or any other type of message you’d like to target to a dedicated audience. We’ll help you with develop an idea for a podcast unique to your organization, record and produce it for you, and then we’ll take care of the hosting and recommend and implement suggestions for distribution.

Contact us at wordcast@gmail.com to get started.

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  1. […] Wordcast Productions is proud to debut Virginia Wine Talk with Brian and Bill, a new radio program designed to serve as a guide to the Virginia wine industry. Hosted by Professor Brian Pusser and Chef Bill Curtis of Tastings of Charlottesville, this monthly program answers questions about wine from the Old Dominion and beyond. […]

  2. […] For more in the series, visit the Creative Voices podcast on libsyn or subscribe in iTunes. This podcast was produced at the studios of Wordcast Productions. Filed under: Radio Shows, Interviews, Podcasting News — Sean Tubbs @ 7:44 am […]

  3. […] paid Charlottesville-based Wordcast Productions to clean up the audio, and then we passed that audio onto a woman who transcribed the entire […]

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